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    The Statesman. Salem. Orecon. Monday. May 33. 1M9
SOCI ETY CLUBS
New Meeting
Days for
Club Set
The second and fourth Fridays
of each month will be tha new
meeting days for tha Salem Wom
an club for tha ensuing rear as a
result of a recent ballot by tha
club memberi. Announcement wii
made at tha club meeting held
Saturday afternoon at tha club
house, which was tha laat official
meeting of tha season.
Mrs George W. Ailing, nawly
elected president of tha club, and
h-r officers wara installed Mn.
David Wright. assisted by Mrt.
Walter Spauldinf, was tha install
ing officer. Both women are paat
presidents of tha club Mrs All-
fi announced that aha will call
a special meeting of tha club for
Mndy. Juna la at tha club
hxjsa at 10 30 a m. with a oovarad
dish luncheon at noon. Purpose of
tha meeting will be to plan activi
ties for tha coming year. Mrs.
AHing has appointed Mrs Clay
Cochran as year book chairman.
Mrs Ouy N Hickok. retiring
president, presided at tha buainaaa
session Mrs F. A. Laa lad tha
flag salute and Mrs. Estill Brunk
tha club collect Mrs. Robert D.
Oragg was walcomad aa a new
sn-mer Annual reporta wara
given by Mrs. Hickok. officers
enji committee chairmen. Minor
changes in -tha constitution end tha
119-30 buagei were adopted by
el'ib members
A salad luncheon precdi tha
irvetmg and tha tables waie deco
rated with m-ck orang. roses
aril other spr.ng flon"r Mrs.
Ini"Hd I Parker was chairman
pi 1 sisting were Mm J K Klik.
W-i 7 C Periv, Mr J KIMee.
W W Woodruff. Mrs St,i
a" f'i'isholm and Mis Anti-n-t'e
'.Vhi'e
Piano-Violin
'Recital Tuesday
Mis RonaM Ciaen ut iii-ttt-lii
hr pint p ii.ils :n re-it-il on
T'i?'iv nigh! h'. 8 oVUx-k in tha
C'rier room of the Flr-it Mth -dir
rhurrh. Also on the pr r m
viH itm the pupils of Emtl Bendl
t--i her of io!in and cell 1, arid
H'.i Barbara Calloway, sopi riD j
Piarusts appearing are Barbara
CVl"way, Freddie Twaadia. D-xjg-ti
Adams, Sua Hotinger, Carol
pit 1 Barbara Jean Smith, Sua
".wicker, Judy Barry, Gary Zwia
ker, F.Hon Heringer. Wanda Lu
JV M. Mary Jane Riches. Karen
C''art Mary Is Clark. Ri.hard
Cl-ius. Roland Sihirmtn, Natlla
C"nniP(ham, Jerry Huitdtker,
K-ith Lucas. Ma Baker, Celts
Weaver and ran! Bakar.
Violin pupils who will ply are
J- Ann G m. accompanied by
M'try Miin.aKer and Hornet Dav
ampoi t aicompanied by Mrs Cra-
ti
Ariothar program will ba given
iiia S by Mrs. Craven s piano
Students and tha pupils af Mr.
B-widel at tha Stona piano ora
pny The interested pubiii ia
anvtted to both recitala
I t. Cot. and Mrs. Ira WUtor
Vo' and children, Randr and
Cherry, of Reno are in Salem for
ton davs g.;ets if her par- j
'. Mr and .Irs William M hi- i
rxe Hamilton. While here the j
Winter m..te will go to SeeatJe for '
several days sojourn ,
Mr and Mrs. Hllaoa N. teg. j KH1BARB-STRAWBIRKT JAM
Cund and children. Jimm r ani 4 cup cut rhubarb
trtha of Astoria, former Salssn ' 1 cups strawberries
rMl-ii:v are in the capital f x ; 41 cupa sugar
the holiday weekend visiting, with : . Heat tha ingredients slowly to
pi parents. Mr and Mr C C i gether to start Juices, cook ia a
li(Biunrl. .and her motlw, Mrs :
Wilkofi Sasg.
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MUt Betty Lewis, daaghter af Mr. aad Mrs. J. B. Lewis af Arlington.
Texas, wnoaa aBaenat aavd coainf marriae to George A. Par- j
Tine, so af Mr. aa4 Mrs. Alien Parrine of Independence, has been j
announced. Tha wedding wW take place on June It at tha First
Methodist church In Arlington at t o'clock with Dr. C. A. Sutton '
officiating. Mr. Parrine was a aergeant with tha army air farce.
stationed at Keealer Field. Mlaa. until hia discharge Last December
after three years af aerrfoa.
Lovely to Look At
Strawberry Season
Activities Begin for
By MasJae Burea
Statesman Woman Editor
Strawberry aeaaon as usual has sneaked up on us Seems Ilka ium-
mar canning just can't be beginning already, but it has
One of my oldaat and moat favorite recipes for strawberry pra-
aarves Is one ws-'vs called "Salam
it's put together in aa odd way, is
a very good product.
SALEM rKXSCRVEa
- 1 quart berries
1 quart sugar
n cup water
Juice of 1 lemon
Cook half of tha sugar in all tha
water until it makes a hard craok
whan tried In water. Than add tha
berries and lemon, with remaining
sugar. Press barrios into syrup but
don't stir them. Boil 12 to 13 min
utes. This makes a bright preaerve
vary much like sun preserve. Let
itand overnight in tha same pa
In which cooked, and in tha morn
ing, put into bottle.
Then there's another reel pa. this
time for Jam, which takes lamoa
for flavor and to help tha mixture
thicken.
MINCTK JAM
4 cups strawberries
4 i ups sugar
S lemon sliced thin
sitce oerriaa. oring 10 a oou ana
v a a. a J
cook hard for I minute or tha
clock Make 4 glasaaa.
Rhubard and strawberries have!
always made a good combination :
shallow - pan until thick
Straw oerriaa should be frocoo
9KiKind by d Oct Of a y-8arTjl
e-:e sole ched o
Mm
MUSIC
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Upon Us, Canning
the Summer
Preserves
for years, and. though
aa quickly aa possible after pick
ing and handle with great care.
Drain after washing, pack lightly
la cartons and pour over them Vfc
sup sugar to sach quarter berries.
My personal preference Is to
slioe the barrio In half, whether
large or small into a bowl and add
sugar, tossing lightly. Tha cutting
gives the sugar a better surface
ta penetrate. Frees Immediately.
Luncheon, Shower
For Bride-Elect
Miss Artie Phillip, bride-elect
of Lt. Paul Rodger, was honored
at a pre-nuptial party Saturday
afternoon whan her aunt. Mrs.
Allen Burt, entertained at her
home in Milwaukia. Thirty of her
niece's friends attended the lunch
eon and linen shower.
Going from Salem wars Miss
phUl.o,. her mother. Mrs. Robert
j X. Phillips, and her sstter -in-law,
Mrs Robert N. Phillips, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E4ward Man and
children. Teddy and Jeri. of Tilla
mook, formerly of Salem, are
spending the holiday weekend in
the capital visiting their families
and friends.
Prenatal Care
prenatal
Prenatal car oan do so much for
both mother and baby. And your
Camp maternity upjjoj-t'doea a lot
for sensible living.
Physicians recommend Camp
Supports because they're
scientifically suited to
nature's laws to help
relieve unusual strain and
fatigue. That's why
Camp means such wearing
comfort the patented
adjustment conforms easily
to the changing figure.
Just by feeling better, you'll look
better, too. An expert fitting will
prove ever to reaaeiiriiuz.
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
Stat a Uborty "On thai CarnaV
Two Matrons
To Be Feted
At Parties
Au revoir parties are on the
calendar for the coming week in
compliment to two young matrons
who are movm away.
Planned for Friday night i the
S ojclock. dessert supper and
bridge party for which Mrs.
Arthur Erickson. Mrs. Harmon
Harver. Mrs. Gerald H. Wing and
Mrs., Harold O. Schneider will be
hostesses at the Erickson home on
South High street. Honor guests
at the affair will be Mrs. Thomas
C. Wise, who is leaving for Seattle
and Mrs. William R. Moore, who
will be moving to Portland. Mr.
Wise will be with Union Oil Co.
in Seattle aa manager of sales ser
vice for the northwest territory.
Mr, Moore has already left for
Portland! where he is with the
Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Bidden to honor Mr. Wis and
Mrs. Moore are Mrs. Adam A.
Webb. Mrs. Alma Etterhardy. Mrs.
Howard Eisroann, Mrs. Anthony
J. Becker. Mrs. Lee I. Thomas. Mrs.
John Dann, Mrs Edwin Graham.
Mrs. Howard Post. Mrs. Arthur
W. Cole, Mrs. St. Hmo Massen
gale. Mrs. Tom H. Dunham. Mrs.
Virgil Sextort. Mrs. Milo Taylor,
Mrs. Maynard C. Sniffer, Mrs.
Horace McCee. Mrs. Malvui Rudd.
Mrs. Charles Shaw, Mrs Loren
Lewis and Mrs. Gordon Leonard.
Ta Honor Mrs. Wise
Mrs. Howard Post and Mrs. Lee
I. Thomas will entertain with a
' bridge party Wednesday night at
I 8 o'clock at the Post home on Ar
! gyle Drive for the pleasure XIrs.
j Wise. After several hours of cards
' a buffet supper will be served by
i the hostesses.
I Honoring Mrs. Wise will be her
mother, Mrs. Alma Eberhardy.
Mrs. Charles Shaw. Mrs. William
R. Moore. Mrs. Harold O. Schnei
der. Mrs. Milo Taylor. Mrs. Roger
Hoy. Miss Helen Andersion, Mrs.
P. C. Anderson. Mrs. Anthonv J.
Becker. Mrs. Arthur W. Cole, Mrs.
Edward Goeckner. Mrs. Gordon
Leonard. Mrs. Harmon Harvey.
Mrs lxren Lewis, Mrs. G. L. Neil
,nd tha hostesses.
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0rVlC9 olQteCl
. Winifred Heard chapter of Trl-Y
of YWCA is having a candlelight
ieconition service on Wednesday
night at 7:30 at the Church of
Christ on Cottage and Chemeketa
street.
All new officers will be install
ed by old officers. Miss Francis
Boatwright is outgoing president
Those on the program are Norm
Weaver. Barbara Calloway, sop
rano. Jean Carrico, program direc
tor for younger girls, who will talk
on " What Does Tri-Y Mean to
You".
New officers are Barbara Callo
way, president; Pat Roper, vice
president; Lean La Dow, secretary;
Mary J. Gil Una n, treasurer; Dolly
Wagner, social chairman; Loretta
Goode, service chairman; Barbara
Lange, publicity chairman; Lois
Roaeler, finance chairman; Joan
Olson, program chairman, Marilyn
Penhorwood, pin chairman; Nor
ma Weaver, worship chairman;
Florene En gram, camp chairman;
and Shirley Lupe, song leader.
To Leav for Seabeck
Jeaa Carrico, director of the
youth program at tha Salem
YWCA, will leave Juna IS for
Sea beck, Washington where she
will sttend the college YW-YM
conference which follows and will
return to Salem Juna 27. Her
work with Y-Teens here gives her
charge of the outings for thst
group during the summer.
EAST SALEM Mtas J a a a
Scharf was a hostess at. tha home
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
party this week end. Guests were
Grace Vanderhoff. Teresa Black
well. Eugene Potndexter, Vernon
Miller. Charles Johnson. Robert
Chapman and Janice Scharf.
AaeUUoaal Society eat rasa IS
and your
support
Jit
His 93th Birthday
BROOKS Mrs. Rachel Ruth
celebrated her 95th birthday at tha
Holmes Convalescent home on
Sunday. Her grandchildren. Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Langrm and Mr.
and Mrs. James Sumpter were
with her for the occasion.
Miss Alfred Feted
By Hostesses
SILVERTON Miss Mary Lois
Alfred, whose weddirtg io Robert
S. Strong of Milwaukee has been
announced for June, was compli
mented at a shower Friday night
with Mrs. Hans Hagedorn. jr.. Mrs.
Harry Hagedorn. Mrs. Charles
Johnson. jr and Miss Gladys
Feltcher as hostesses at Jhe Meth
odist church social rooms.
Bidden were Miss Alfred. Mrs.
D. R. Fletcher. Mrs. Irene Mund
rofT of Portland. Mrs. Roland E.
Shaffer. Mrs. Richard Nelson Mrs.
Alvm Noren, Mrs. Mane Dunagan.
Mrs. E. R. Adams. Mrs. Harry
Riches. Mrs. H. C. Hagedorn. sr.,
Mrs. William Mann. Mrs. Albert
Grinde. Mrs. Eva Wilson. Mrs. F.
E. Sylvester. Mrs. Donna Lee
Hanson. Mrs. C. A. Howell. Mrs.
T. R. Hobard. Mrs. Harrison Fish
er, Mrs. V. Peckham. Mrs Ruby
Wolfard. Mrs. Elizabeth Rosen.
Mrs. Rogerta Sprick. Mrs. Jack
Tuggle. Mrs. B. F. Browning. Mrs.
Sam Chandler. Mrs. Orville Tot
land. Miss Mildred and Elaine
Wilson. Mrs. Roscoe Ingley. Mrs.
F. M. Moore, Mrs. A. VanOern,
Mrs. W. P. Scarth. Mrs. Hugh
Small, Mrs F. M. Newell. Mrs.
Carl Haberly. Mrs. Ed Coover.
Mrs. Maxine Christtanson, Mrs. O.
E. Russell. Misses Lois and Wini
fred Riches, Miss Freda VanOvern
and Miss Dorathea Scarth.
Visitors in tha capital far the
holidays are .Mr. and Mr: Rob
ert Tonnesen (Pe?gy Sears) of
Corvallis. who are guests at the
home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs.
James L. Sears. Tha Tonne-tens
will be leaving tha end of June
for Salt Lake City to make their
home, where he has a position as
a mining engineer with a large
mininjj company. Mr Tonnesen
receives his degree next Sunday
at Oregon State college.
43n Etiquette
By Roberta Lea
Q. How does a married woman's
manner of signing her name to a
formal letter differ from her sign
ing of a hotel register?
A. A married woman signing a
formal letter should sign her name
' Helen R. Thompson,'- and then
either below this signature or in
pwer leftnand corner of the
page added in parentheses "Mrs.
John J. Thompson." When she is
registering alone at a hotel, she
should sign -ly as "Mrs. John J.
Thompson."
Q. When a man is being intro
duced to a girl, is it proper for
him to offer her his hand?
A. No; he should wait for tha
girl to offer her hand,. If she cares
to do so. This is her privilege.
Q. Who should snter tha hotal
dining room first, tha man or ths
woman?
A. Tha woman.
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Invitations to
Tea Received
Invitations hav been received
in Salem to a tea for which the
Portland alumnae of Chi Omega
will be hostesses on Tuesday, June
7 in compliment to Mrs. John J.
Hess, newly elected president of
the Portland Panhellenic and a
member of Chi Omega. The affair
will be held at the Dunthorpe
home of Mrs. Kenneth Goodall on
Edgecliff Road between 3 and 5
o'clock.
j All Chi Omegas, presidents of
i all alumnae groups in Salem and
officers and representatives of the
Salem Panhellenic have been in
vited. Mrs. W. Conneil Dyer. Mrs Earl
Snell and Mrs. Francis T. Wade
will be among those pouring at
the- tea.
Aldene Gould's
RecitalTonight
Aldene Gould, senior in the
Willamette university chool of
music, will appear in piano recita!
ton.ght in Waller hail at 8:15
o'clock. The retital. given m par
tial fulfillment of requirements
for bachelor of music degree, is
free and the public is invited.
Miss Goula will play the follow
ing program:
Suni'i D Major . ScailatU
Sonata C Major Scarlatti
Ctora!- Preludr Aikr the
Voii-f Commands Bach-Buaoni
Fina'p i A Minor Sonittl Haeulrr
Sonata Op. S3 Brfliiovrn
AH-ro con brio
Adagio molts
Rondo: Allegretto moderate
Etude D Sharp Minor Scriabin
Bagatelle No. r Sharp
Minor Tcherepnin
Bagatelle No 1 C Minor Tcheiapnm
Arabeske E Mafor Debussv
Sarcm Op 17 No 4 . Prok.i(iv
Svheno B Flat Minor . . Chopin
Piano Students
Receive Ratings
Auditions of the Oregon Music ,
Teachers association in piano were
held at the Willamette university j
Music Hall Saturday, May 28 with !
Prof. Ralph Dobbs as adjudicator. '
The state allows only two grades
for the auditions, excellent and
satisfactory.
The only excellent plus of the
day went to Sandra Nordyke Kx
cellent ratings were received by
Elaine Stanley, Beverly Ready,
Qary Rawlins. Ronald Swanson,
Sharon Tedrick, Judy Klempel and
Lou Ann Wolf. Excellent minus
was received by Max Morris and
Patricia Megquier.
Party Given for
Six-Year Old
Six-year old Anne, daughter of
tha Allison Fromans was honor
guest at a party on her birthday
Friday afternoon.
Guests were Bill Brown, Chuck
Lineberry, Delbert Loose, Donny
and Marilyn Anders. Elaine Stan '
ish, Janice and Judy Barr, Jane,
Martha and Michael FromaTT, Mar
garet Lancefield, Kathy Sprague,
Mark Wulf, Pamela Burgoyne,
Phyllis and Stephen Jenks, Ray
mond Horn, Sarah Cutshaw and
Stevie Palmason.
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CXXB CALEJTOAB
snroxssDAY
St. Paula Episcopal guild. 11 JS a.m.
no-host luncheon at partin houa.
Centralis temple. PytMaa Sisters tor
anai initiation. KP hall. S p.m.
LadK-s of CAR buunm meeting at
YWCA. X p.m.
Women Fellowship of Knight Me
morial church, silver tea. t p m, at the
church. Mis Andrea Ipen. chairman.
THl'B-SD W
Hobrettes. Mayflower hall, covered
dish dinner. S 30 for husband.
j Cap and Gown
I Girls Feted
t
l Following the tapping ceremony
: of Cap and Gown during the award
assembly on the Willamette uni
versity campus a patio luncheon
was held at the Chi Omega house
! honoring the new members of Cap
and Gown and their mothers.
Additional guests were Miss
: Olive M. Dahl, former advisor, and
i Miss Addyse Lane, a past presi
dent. Present Cap and Gown
members also attended the affair.
New members and officers of the
senior women's honorary are Doris
Gragg. Monroe, w ho was elected
president; LaFyrne Showacy. Port
land, vice-president: Betty Fergu
son. Richland. Wash., secretary;
and line Lou Wilhelm, Portland,
historian.
UOLLMDEW
gives furs net
LIFE
You've K-rd of HollanierIaIng
. . . how thia fur rlranaiag and
rr juTcoat ion bv HollanoVr whirl
awar dirt, relarrs far I liae
treat loveliaeas,
frena prll ta lioiog.
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Terl..r.f-V. 2S
when yea bring akMaoaA
Maeeai ia fr alorage.
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OOPS OUR PRICE HAS
SLIPPED on thes msr-velousfor-iummer-nightt
SHORT SHORTIES. They're
in red, green, pink or
grey with big burton
down patch-pockets. Ws'vts
been sailing thsj
for 19.95. Now, at
JOHNSON S in sie 10
16 just 14.95
BEBOP OR BADMINTON
OR BABY-SITTING, you
look grand . . . and
you're cool in this cot
ton by JONATHAN
LOGAN. It hai a tidy
belt and buttons all tha
way down tha front.
Tha sleeves are short and
fhera are two littla
triangular flap pock at .
Sizes j9 1 5 in luscious
pastel, 10.9J
SHEER SUMMER DELIGHT,
thanks to tha Barbetta
design and tha light
rayon she glorifies. This,
on it worn two ways
. . . it's a jthort-tlaavad
dress with a a length
jacket, auntily belted.
Myriad designs in light
background prints and
sizes 10 to It.
At JOHNSON S, 10.9J
ONE AND ONE MAKES
TWENTYI . . . and Hera's
the twosome that can
do if. Wear these to
gether or with your other
pretties . . . The blouse
it a JUDY BOND of
Imported Swiss Batiste,
cunningly inset with
dainty lace and eyelet
embroidery. It has thort
tleeves, lace trimmed
(32-38) for.... 3.981
Really special-smart is the
skirt . . . vertical fine
, stripes on white, all hard
finish rayon, doubJe
. fly, slim-skirt style with
a Golden-buckled belt. 22
to 30 in size, 5.95.
And ft all
it cprrdt? tt